Humanitarian crises

Rescuing migrants is moral responsibility: MSF official

MSF official talks about plight of migrants crossing Mediterranean and conditions in Libya detention centres.

Q&A: MSF official on migrants' rescue efforts in Mediterranean

Rwanda

Rwanda agrees to take in hundreds of refugees stuck in Libya

First group of 500 to be evacuated from Libyan detention centres in coming weeks under agreement with UNHCR.

Rwanda agrees to take in hundreds of refugees stuck in Libya

Migrants

Charity ship rescues 34 migrants caught in storm off Libya

EU-bound migrants rescued by German sailboat transferred to a humanitarian ship Ocean Viking in international waters.

Charity ship rescues 34 migrants caught in storm off Libya

Special series

Unspeakable Crime: Rape as a Weapon of War in Libya

Activists collect evidence of systematic rape and torture in Libya, speaking to victims caught up in the state's crisis.

Middle East

50 years since Gaddafi came to power

Gaddafi had promised Libyans a life of prosperity based on the principles of al-Fateh Revolution, a socialist-based system for the masses.

Libya

UN chief Guterres fears eruption of 'full civil war' in Libya

Libya conflict could spiral into all-out civil war unless 'political solution' reached soon, UN secretary-general warns.

UN chief Guterres fears eruption of 'full civil war' in Libya

Migrants

Dozens feared dead after boat capsizes off Libya coast

Rescue operation under way as Libyan coastguard says it rescued 60 people after the Europe-bound vessel capsized.

Dozens feared dead after boat capsizes off Libya coast

In the Field

Mali in crisis: The fight between the Dogon and Fulani

We meet with Dogon and Fulani leaders to unpack the complex intercommunal crisis facing Mali.

Libya

Libya's warring sides agree to UN-backed temporary Eid truce

The ceasefire announcement came after a car bomb killed 3 UN staff in Benghazi.

Libya's warring sides agree to UN-backed temporary Eid truce

Libya

Libyan government agrees to UN-backed Eid al-Adha ceasefire

Libyan government has been fighting renegade commander Khalifa Haftar, who has not yet responded to call for ceasefire.

Libyan government agrees to UN-backed Eid al-Adha ceasefire

Libya

Dozens killed in air raid on Libya's Murzuq, says official

GNA blames air attack that killed at least 42 people in southern Libya on Khalifa Haftar's forces.

Dozens killed in air raid on Libya's Murzuq, says official

Middle East

Libya to close migrant centres after criticism from UN

According to the UN's refugee agency, many are living in squalid conditions with inadequate food supplies.

Music

Freedom over exile: Kayem's boundary-crossing hip-hop

Libyan-US musician and campaigner joins The Stream for a special live performance and to talk about his commitment to the land of his father.

Freedom over exile: Kayem's boundary-crossing hip-hop

Middle East

UN envoy to Libya calls for Eid holiday ceasefire

Renegade military commander Haftar rejects ceasefire, vows to press on with 4-month offensive to take Tripoli.

Libya

Libya: Attack on field hospital near Tripoli kills five doctors

UN-recognised government's health ministry says five doctors died in air attack by Khalifa Haftar's forces.

Libya: Attack on field hospital near Tripoli kills five doctors